not modest in conduct, utterance, etc.; indecent; shameless.
not modest in assertion or pretension; forward; impudent.
- im·mod·est·ly, adverb
- im·mod·es·ty, noun
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How to use immodest in a sentence
All I know is that those “immodestly dressed” females should be put out of sight in one way or another lest bad things happen.Judith Regan: Todd Akin and Republican Men’s World of Unicorns, True Love—and No Rape | Judith Regan | August 22, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
This week, Apple introduced what it immodestly described as, “without a doubt, the very best computer we have ever built.”5 Reasons I Hate My New MacBook Pro: A Geek’s Critique | Jason Stewart | June 15, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
"Two cents; yes, two cents," reiterated Mr. Brush, groping immodestly for pockets where there were none.Bizarre | Lawton Mackall
There are some shapely limbs generously and immodestly shown in connection with this invitation.
These wretched people are immodestly clothed, and they perform immodest or very tough dances.What eight million women want | Rheta Childe Dorr
We should say it is immodestly painted; the picture and not the subject, obtrudes.
She could not think well of people who left their rooms thus immodestly exposed to the gaze of passers-by.Miss Theodora | Helen Leah Reed
British Dictionary definitions for immodest
indecent, esp with regard to sexual propriety; improper
bold, impudent, or shameless
- immodestly, adverb
- immodesty, noun
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